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Part 2: Teaching students how to develop good mental models
There is clear evidence that mathematical experts hold good mathematical mental models, but that few students of mathematics do.
We want students to develop good mental models, yet most of them fail to do so.
What can we do to change this?
There is a strong case for explicitly teaching students how to store maths in their brains as well as what to store.
How do we go about this?